35 Fashion Stars Celebrate Legal Same-Sex Marriage, Because #LoveIsLove

After the immensely long battle for members of the LGBT community to obtain equal rights, the Supreme Court officially, finally, ruled Friday that same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional. Major fashion celebrities have already begun reacting to gay marriage ruling, taking social media by storm to celebrating our country’s groundbreaking progress.

It's a day to remember indeed as all fifty states will now recognize that love is love, no matter the sexual orientation in question. According to the New York Times, the decision was a “culmination of decades of litigation and activism, [that] came against the backdrop of fast-moving changes in public opinion, with polls indicating that most Americans now approve of same-sex marriage.” Hooray for the progressive movement! Next up: transgender rights.

The fashion industry has always been a particularly pro-LGBT community throughout the years, and fashion in itself is an outlet of individuality and personal expression.. It has become one of the few industries in which you are able to be who exactly you are, not just in regards to the clothes you wear, but in regards to everything about your life.

Check out 35 examples of how the fashion industry is celebrating the legalization of same-sex marriage across social media.

1. Marc Jacobs

2. Eva Chen

3. Coach

4. Brad Goreski

5. Refinery29

6. People Magazine

7. Marie Claire Magazine

8. Cosmopolitan Magazine

9. Seventeen Magazine

10. Rita Ora

11. InStyle Magazine

12. Paper Magazine

13. Goop

14. Marc Jacobs (The Man)

15. ilovelucious

16. Elle Magazine

17. Nina Garcia

18. Harper's Bazaar Magazine

19. Glamour Magazine

20. Vogue

21. Nicolette Mason

22. Pop Sugar Fashion

23. Council of Fashion Designers of America

24. Cara Delevingne

25. Zappos

26. Bluefly

27. Barneys Men

28. GAP

29. Macys

30. Barneys NY

31. Rachel Zoe

32. Erin Flaherty

33. Sarah Brown

34. Josie Maran

I'll just leave this here for you:

35. Bryanboy